Can you give more description of your gun? To my knowledge, Colt has never manufactured a lever action firearm. The Model 1902 was a military version of the Model 1878 revolver and available only in 45 caliber. 44 Colt is a black-powder loaded cartridge that was used when converting Model 1860 percussion revolvers to cartridge loading.
It should have the caliber marked on the barrel,such as"38 Colt New Police".
on the grip frame.
Is your Winchester a falling block style single shot? If so, you have a Model 1885. The caliber is stamped on the top of the barrel between the rear sights and the frame ring.
Currently, no on that I am aware of.
No published sn data; 40-90 USD or so
i have one of the 2002 models. it is stamped in the frame on the left hand side. Turn the wheels to the right and look at the angle in the frame it is stamped near the top of the frame
The vin is generally stamped into the trailer tongue frame or stamped on a metal plate that is welded to the trailer tongue frame.
It is a J frame.
In the US, it's standard for the VIN to be stamped on the frame near the neck.
1890 for light frame .22rf caliber and 1886 for mediam frame .32, .38 & .44 caliber
Open the action. It is stamped on the water table, which is the flat part of the frame where the barrels sit. firstname.lastname@example.org
On the frame and the grip frame.
Assuming it is .38 caliber and therefore a J-frame, and without knowing condition, $150-$300
Every firearms maker is required to stamp their name, model number and caliber on the firearm somewhere. For hand guns it is usually found on the frame. For long guns, the make and model is usually on the receiver and the caliber on the barrel. Old pistols and some rifles (usually made before 1900) might not have this stamped on it.
I believe it to be a K frame in 38 cal..............
from the rear of the machine look on the frame. It's on the side of the frame near the rear stamped in it.
It would have been worth $400-$1000, depending on the exact marking. Unfortunately, it has been refinished (they were not made in nickel) and it has lost any collectors value. Depending on condition, $100-$150. I am truly sorry-
The serial number is stamped into the steel on the bottom forward edge of the receiver frame right next to where the magazine tubes enters the action. Bert H.
The serial number was stamped into the bottom forward edge of the receiver frame right next to where the magazine tube enters the action. Bert H.
the N frame is usually the bigger caliber as with 45, 44 and 357...........
It is stamped on the left side of the frame, just behind the engine.
probably the inspectors initials.................
Caliber can not be idenitifed by sn. Take it to a gunsmith if it isn't marked on the frame or barrel.
Open the cylinder and look at the frame that is usually hidden by the crane. The serial number is stamped on the frame.